Read the updated edition of Positively False on your Kindle now

The Kindle version of the 16th Anniversary Edition of Positively False is on sale from today – search your local Amazon site. The paperback version is, unfortunately, not available in some territories (e.g. Canada), so you will have to use the next nearest site.

The launch event for the book and the UK premiere of Positive Hell is tomorrow (5 Feb) at London’s Frontline Club (13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ). [Google Street View] It is a short walk from Paddington rail/tube station, and opposite the main arch entrance of St. Mary’s Hospital (there may be a bus strike on this day, otherwise the bus stops for St. Mary’s Hospital land you almost directly at the venue).
There is still time to register for the event by contacting Joan Shenton via the contact button on this site.

The schedule for the evening is:
6:30pm: Drinks and canapés
7:00pm: Screening of Positive Hell (30 mins)
7:30pm: Panel discussion and book signing (although previously announced, DVD copies of Positive Hell will not be available to purchase but it will be available for download at a later date) [cash and card accepted]

The panel discussion will feature:
Joan Shenton – author and narrator
Dr. Christian Fiala – specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology
David Crowe – President of Rethinking AIDS
Dr Claus Koehnlein – specialist in internal medicine

Moderators are journalists Celia Farber and Neville Hodgkinson

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Positively False + Positive Hell, paperback and London screening details

The paperback of the 16th Anniversary Edition of Positively False will be available from 14 January 2015. Search your local Amazon site or stay tuned to the dedicated site for links.

The dual launch event for the Kindle edition (out 4 February 2015, available for pre-order now) and the UK premiere of the short film Positive Hell will be at London’s Frontline Club on 5 February at 7pm. Refreshments will be available at 6.30pm.

The limited-capacity venue is in Paddington (a short walk from the tube station), opposite the main arch entrance of St. Mary’s Hospital.

After the screening signed copies of the paperback and film will be available. There will also be a discussion featuring veteran AIDS dissidents which will be moderated by journalists Celia Farber and Neville Hodgkinson. Positive Hell director Andi Reiss will also be at the event.

For admission please contact Joan Shenton via the button above on this site.